Yulia Tymoshenko returns to Ukraine, wants to run. (BBC)
In light of the recent plastic surgery buzz, one model opened up about her cosmetic regrets. A valuable read and definite eye-opener. (Harper's Bazaar)
Candy Crush, the world's most coveted form of procrastination, has an IPO priced at $7 billion. (Polygon)
On the fashion front, Dolce & Gabbana's tax evasion case is ushering in the newest trend: acquittal. (Fashionista)
Finally, it's inevitable you're going to laugh at something inappropriate today; might as well understand why. (Slate)
Now, for some bonus talking points:
Northwestern college football players have been granted the right to unionize. Let the bargaining begin. (New York Times)
Wu-Tang is coming back with a new album. Here's the catch, though: It's only selling one single copy. Consider it a "scepter of an Egyptian King." (The Verge)
Meanwhile, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law has been found guilty of providing support and aiding al Qaeda terrorists in the killing of American citizens. (CNN)
5thiungs_embedPhoto: Courtesy of Harper's Bazaar.

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